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Your Loving Is Fading - Lou Pride - The Suemi Sessions (Vinyl)

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  1. Jun 04,  · your love is fading-lou pride-suemi. from the im coming home man, a great one to finish the first part, think this was a keb darge find, and one of only a few releases on suemi, also can be found on flip of instrumental version of coming home
  2. NORTHERN SOUL/FUNK LOU PRIDE-YOUR LOVING IS FADING-SUEMI-LISTEN Favourite Auctions Lou Pride It's a mans world 7" vinyl Suemi label Favourite Auctions Lou Pride: The Suemi Sessions: JMAN Jazzman: 7", 45 RPM,, UK: Lou Pride.
  3. Review: Chicagoan soul man Lou Pride's debut, "I'm Com'un Home In The Morn'un", has long been sought after by clapunpoipudedentdisksacpacaspimac.coinfo original copies fiendishly difficult to find, this new pressing - the latest in a long line of occasional reissues of the Northern Soul style favourite - is a boon for all those who have long wanted a piece of the action.
  4. Lou Pride (May 24, - June 5, ) He was born George Louis Pride, in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Pride grew up on Chicago's north side and attended the First Baptist Church, where the pastor was Nat King Cole's father. After service in the United States Army, Pride met and married a female singer and they settled in El Paso, Texas.
  5. Although Chicago bred Lou Pride didn't have much studio experience when he waxed these tunes, he sounds like an established pro. Seven songs were recorded for the tiny Suemi label out of El Paso with the rest originating from Memphis' famed Hi Studios featuring the legendary Willie Mitchell acting as .
  6. NORTHERN SOUL MUSIC RECORD I'M COM'UN HOME IN THE MORN'UN LOVE FADING LOU PRIDE. £ + £ P&P. Picture Information (OUTTA SIGHT Vinyl. £ P&P: + £ P&P. The Strokes - The New Abnormal (NEW 12" RED VINYL LP) IN STOCK plastic sleeve Suemi #ST - 60's NORTHERN SOUL - 70's Reissue. Styrene is in Excellent Condition.
  7. Suemi label owner Kenneth Smith, enlists Al Greene's keyboard player revamping Lou Pride's classic Northern Soul anthem using the same Chelsea Avenue Studio the vocal was recorded in. Killer hamond & piano take over from Lou's rasping vocal. MONSTER inst.
  8. Pride recorded his first two singles in the early s. These were "I'm Com'un Home In The Morn'un" () and "Your Love Is Fading," the latter released by Suemi Records. After relocating to New Mexico, he recorded sporadically whilst constantly performing in .

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